Do the high-fashion armour clothings from Run & Gun that are tagged as ‘Newest Models’ lose armour rating over time?

Relevant rules snippets from Run & Gun, p. 59:


These items are the most recent incarnations of their corporate creators. That means they lose a little more when purchased as Lightly Worn, namely a 20 percent loss of Armor Rating (round adjusted Rating up) when buying older models of the clothes.


The Lightly Worn option provides runners with a chance to buy some primo gear at a discount rate, with a few catches. Buying from the Lightly Worn section requires the character to have Armand as a contact with a Loyalty of at least 2. When gear is purchased Lightly Worn, the character gets a price discount of 25 percent, but they only get the Armor rating; they do not get any of the Features of the armor. The Lightly Worn feature can be bought off by having the piece of Armor refit. This requires an Armorer + Logic [Mental] (10, 1 hour) Extended Test and costs 10 percent of the original armor cost for each Feature the character is trying to have restored.

Do I need to refit a Newest Model every so often to avoid having it degrade into Lightly Worn and lose 20% of its armour rating? Or is Newest Model only meant to imply that purchasing the used version gets you an older model that isn’t as good, and applies the -20% armour rating in addition to Lightly Worn’s lack of armour features?

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Update Nvidia Cuda Compilation Tools from Version 8 to the newest version?

Nvidia does not provide the Cuda Compilation Toolkit for Debian hence using the Ubuntu version here but

$   nvcc --version nvcc: NVIDIA (R) Cuda compiler driver Copyright (c) 2005-2016 NVIDIA Corporation Built on Sun_Sep__4_22:14:01_CDT_2016 Cuda compilation tools, release 8.0, V8.0.44 


$   nvidia-smi Mon Jul  1 10:26:48 2019        +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | NVIDIA-SMI 390.116                Driver Version: 390.116                   | |-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+ | GPU  Name        Persistence-M| Bus-Id        Disp.A | Volatile Uncorr. ECC | | Fan  Temp  Perf  Pwr:Usage/Cap|         Memory-Usage | GPU-Util  Compute M. | |===============================+======================+======================| |   0  Quadro P5000        Off  | 00000000:01:00.0  On |                  N/A | | N/A   50C    P8     9W /  N/A |    951MiB / 16275MiB |      1%      Default | +-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+ 

I am all the time getting the old version installed even though downloading the newest version 10.

How to updgrade the Cuda Compilation Tools to the newest version?

Unable to download the newest bootcamp drivers for my windows partition

Bootcamp assistant is giving me this error :

The Startup disk must be formatted as a single mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume or already partitioned by Boot Camp Assistant for installing Windows.

I’m trying to update the boot camp drivers for my MacBook Pro 2018 running Mojave and Windows 10. I’m trying to follow the instructions to update the bootcamp drivers for my windows side. Hitting the above error when trying to download the new software. Ideas?

How to instal the newest xserver-xorg-video-intel on 18.04 Bionic?

I have an Intel UHD 620 GPU, whose drivers, on 18.04 Bionic, put me in a conflicting position:

  1. if I use the default (either HWE or not) Xorg video drivers (xserver-xorg-video-all, everything works fine, but the videos suffer from tearing;
  2. if I make Xorg use the xserver-xorg-video-intel (removing the other xserver-xorg-video-* packages), I can fix the tearing by setting TearFree in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf, but the system is unstable (I assume due to improper support in the driver version).

On 19.04 Disco, which ships an updated version of xserver-xorg-video-intel (2:2.99.917+git20180925-2, versus 2:2.99.917+git20171229-1), I can get both stability and TearFree, however, there is no way to install the package in 18.04 Bionic (ultimately due to libc).

Is there any way to get the Intel updated drivers on 18.04 (package, compiling, any way)? Alternatively, is there any way to fix the tearing without using the intel version of the driver?

Replacing a specific users content creation with the newest version in views

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I’m creating a website that tracks users weight. A user can create content to enter their weight and I have a view that displays all entries of a users weight however I want it so that if a user makes two entries on a single day that only the most recent from that day is shown and all the rest are not.

I have tried limiting the date but no success.

How to stop Firefox’s newest (66.0.5) version from checking for updates when opening the Help->About window?

I have Firefox 65.0.5 (64-bit) running on Windows 7 Home Premium. (German language version)

So lately I mananged to stop Firefox 64.0 from showing the update nag screen with the help from superuser DavidPostill. (How to stop Firefox's new versions from showing the update nag screen?)

After the certificate disaster of Firefox I was forced to update to 65.0.5.

First thing I checked was if the policies.json directive was kept by the update. But how to check? I went to the firefox.exe directory, and the distribution-folder was gone!
Fine, I recreated the folder and the policies.json file in it.

Sadly, when in the menu selecting Help->About Firefox the pop up window shows a small loading circle beside the text “search for updates”, and after like 2 or 3 seconds it replaces the circle and the text with the text “Firefox is up to date”.

I strongly tend to believe that this checking for updates within the viewing of that pop up window was not active in my 64.0 version, and I believe(!) it was turned of by the policies.json trick. Not anymore sadly.

So: How to stop Firefox’s newest (66.0.5) version from checking for updates when opening the Help->About window?

How to use SharePoint REST API to get newest list item?

Trying to get the newest item added to a list.

Get item by id, works:

$  .ajax({ url: xurl + "/_api/web/lists('" + xlist + "')/items/getById(123)",  type: "GET", headers: { "Accept": "application/json;odata=verbose", },   success: function (data) {     var xid = data.d.ID;     alert(xid);},   error: function (error) { alert(JSON.stringify(error)); } }); 

Get top item, doesn’t work, returns undefined:

$  .ajax({ url: xurl + "/_api/web/lists('" + xlist + "')/items?$  top=1&$  orderby=ID desc",  type: "GET", headers: { "Accept": "application/json;odata=verbose", },   success: function (data) {     var xid = data.d.ID;     alert(xid);},   error: function (error) { alert(JSON.stringify(error)); } });